Associate Professor of the Practice Johann R. Montozzi-Wood
10:15 - 11:30 a.m.
Brody Theater (Branson Hall 100, East Campus)
ALP, CCI, Seminar
This acting course offers a constellation of embodied techniques from the traditions of physical acting, laboratory theater, and devised performance. We will playfully investigate creative articulation of the poetic body and its voice as an integrated system using diverse texts, found objects, site-specific observations, and imagination. The course is intended to support acting performers as they develop strategies for a wider range of creative expression and character interpretation through sensorial awareness, embodied sound production, and transformative gesture for stage, film, and performance art.